Solos For Sunday Morning
— 13 New Songs!
It’s been a busy summer. Well, it’s been a busy couple of years! A lot coming down the pike and coming to fruition this fall. It gives me great joy to announce the launch of 13 new solos that I have composed with church soloists especially in mind. Watchfire Music has released these songs individually and as a Song Bundle (digital song book) called ” Solos For Sunday Morning” all penned by yours truly.
Looking Back Post:
On My Way Home
— A New Song
Is Anybody Listening?” continues to develop and evolve. Looking at the issues that we all face as a people going forward, we decided to explore the issue of immigration. What better way to do this than to put myself into the shoes of one actually going through the experience? Though this lyric is of my imagination, it comes from a deep research into 5 or 6 heartbreaking stories of modern day immigrants that I found exploring the Internet.
Several years ago, I began to write about the learning process that we performers go through to learn a song, a scene, a role, an entire concert or show.
It’s time to share again! I am going to start here by writing about Study Tools that I have used over the years that have truly aided me in my preparation for performing.
Why talk about it now? …
Deborah Offenhauser’s “Shepherd (Show Me How to Go”) with vocal artistry by Isola Jones lifts us up this Monday in this week’s Inspirational Song of the Week.
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